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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 21 October 1920

&?¥&?&& iSmm* mJMV*:*:-- Vustefiafc —= V%^' ■'■■'■■ •('*. '•■' i" ■ < " •; '•;" ■:■ ->iife 9PRMEKPI mm hauls to cooperate in wheat 480 miles anhh +.W FARMERS WILL BR GIVEN REAS- ONABLE TLME FOR A MARKET ADVANCE. Afoniated Prett Dispatch Dallas, Oct. 21.—Assurance thai the Federal Bwcrv# Board will co- operate with the farmers to the full- est extent on the cotton problem waa tfiVeii thin morning by Judge W. St. Ramsey, chairman for the Federal Reserve Board, fn the eleventh nnnual convention in session today. The eon- Teution consists of cotton ginnery, bankers and business men. The Federal Reserve Banks have agreed in givliy? longer time on cot- ton loans. Credit has been available for cotton as in n< other thing. Jutlfco Ramsey added that the Fed- eral Reserve Board of Texas is not supporting the iron clad rule of holo- ing the cotton indefinitely. It would be alright for the farmer to hold Ids cotton until marketing conditions were* better. ' Nathan Adnni...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 21 October 1920

wwriiymnuwn i'iw " TCinfiiqr imlni ■ ■.*_'"■ ' - fV. * ' •' ■■ - .'*..'. .... ■« Vi>. . ®3Sv.V«C,?«5?W W ii '.•.i-.W" Mft^tTOSuHE MM S«B • J SH •emoorat SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. I ED 18T .)V on Sunday, iH. «* **• ♦ • j ii| "second claaa. (INC.), PUBLISHERS. Thursdays. - ■.. .,,.... •..•••••••• .110 AND 111. , Texaa, Aug. 14. 1870, "m*n to the set of Cotiftess, Mar. 3. 1879. ■ " " ■■• ON BATES. or In Texas and Oklahoma: Out month, : One year |7J0. Beyond Texas and Oklahoma : Otw month, 85c; SU months, $4^0; One year^ If M rteafr 5£i exclusively tk*i, - to'It or not herein. AH ibllshers, Shannon, Texas. Snbscrlh* old address as well as new one. . PRESS.-The Associated Pre* tt cation of all n«Wi dlspatchcs credited and ulho the loeul uewa'ptabllahetl special dipi|>atches herein are alw> re- if hT\ i Viresa , THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1920. Germans Are Unrepentant, but Realize That They Are Thoroughly Beaten. By PAUL D. CRAVATH, New York Lawyer and Publicist. ' ■Hp 4p ■ §§$11 THE DE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 21 October 1920

. . • [TTg t* fffifCt** ## & ,.-jF . :l 7} V -*;;' ' • &' *** « e-'Jv ' irpwnPwwi(iiMiin W, • V' " • ',, BaBimoWwro^EF3«llP^w^W^^'S. .. i-JL* ,.„ ' 11 • I u , SSfp IfefSsfeftji •.:«:iigfe?ifiS.-.,.. . if , ■. #>' ":S«i 8} II FOR RENT—ROOMS 8 ■■"■■ ■ 1 )H BENT—One nice room to one or (two young mcu ou paved street. One block of car line. Phono 2108. olO-Stj) FOR KENT—T*o light housekeeping rooms at 308 W. Tennessee. Phone m X " .." % ' '. ;•• ■ -■• ' W -f' ■ " - —V," ' a , + y BHPIJ 3 M ISi i v, wmflt.'s -i^f rtfc. 't • v;^ - if y''" '4>t >'iV SS' ;ctra PHl & KV.s ■ «i ■ olX)-8tp TWO FURBISHED rooms aud un-, furnished rooms. 302 E. Pecan. o21 -dtp ONE NICELY FURNISHED b room, modern conveniences, 2 1-2 blocks from square. Phone 1258. L Z. '■•■■ ,.) - oio-ntp Hp 3-211 3.(JO &M 3 .95 ' fOR RENT—2 light housekeeping rooms, nicely furnished. People with- out children. 1200 E. Pecan. J ol4-0tp FOR RENT—Three unfurnished rooms. 520 W. Lamar St. Address Box 00, Hnge...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 21 October 1920

% *.: ' • y^i tf> M ta.A ft *+ <* *"• * */* T * "' ' * . ** P'5 * ■ ,s , v rM _.l.Ll... IB. IWIIWWH IP. . I tegEa^au J MffiMUW DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, i 20 ^ /WpJP^Tv ? Silfw, i r*tis t'-n ' ;|ajl PT m i tr mm, ?v.: •/ KW^i *f~*' m In a variety of good Cloths, including a good Navy Blue Serge ¥ ...1-. li--jLj.-l. "' '"' iftks It Will Pay You. to Read the Want Ads. if r . e ip I 1 IH. He Lost His Job, He Lost His Head A celebrated writer said that Louis XVI of France, lost his head and his job because it took four strong men to serve his morning cup of chocolate. That was , SERVICE, but costly B|i|i^g%%f fyf'•'•v ■ To telephone for a can of baking powder or a bar of soap, to have it charged, to have it delivered, to have the the collector call several times, to have the bookkeeper credit the account is SERVICE, but costly servicc. To have several clerks advise you as to the brand of coffee you should use and then have one of them hand the can to, y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 October 1920

Ik f. . - V ' -";i voimmmm. i*. \ OR "I n Tlio UHII! CtldiHiii ( ' .H ! f Had Delirious Night But Is Conscious " ■_ 11 ' at Short Intervals During the Day i'rr.ii Dispatch J Linton. pel. 22—Terrcuco MacSwln- ey Wi-.M delirious thl* morning un«l the prison authorities eorttlnues to force ;> HipiM f«MMl Into his mouth was tl « re- 1 port of I ho Imlletlli issued by the Irish jNIl E\ If Determination League wiriy this morning. The Lord, Mayor became conscious lit Intervals this morning, hut did not iv« ..gnize any of IiIk relatives or his nu: rounding*. For u short time la t night his delirium been me violent. II? sufl'ered a \ery bad nlghr. Try (o Settle Strike. Assoclntrd Press Dinpatoti} London. Met. 22."-Interest In t ti«- tnlners' strike Is ladng taken by the railroad and transport workers. A meeting was held at the official resi- dence of I.loyd (Seorge Inst night. but nothing; was reported. Tlie railroad and transport men have agreed to g-/ •nil on a sympathetic strike If npg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 October 1920

>- jflfc.tt,#£ **<&■ v w '• -■ -s5i3p6S«PMW *^PP ®@®5f •r..1fci on •CTOimt Cotton mm* to d«re Iwr of iMile* trtn marketedbere thi Perkins for ■nl tiljr yealer- k T MWZtm* r? ■— DAILY DEMOCKAi. 41IERMAN, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1 2I ^.J-J J 1 ' = 111 11 Ui nvrTill/' TP UP fATTrtll drlrc. for*the onruosc of a OF LABOR T] HAS WORKED. HE PR&j OUBLE >' ■i| ( oui ^e^rcjilleet nnd Kiylrwjtf of ft'ptefftl||g|gp). ■i. i II, «!■ ■im iy,**iMiwBlpijp''*w I^MIe.*Wo t¥ sirnmtfmM of rtM- 'illy agalns? thb JxMiir- ►hon UU'H H Association. OIK" of Il||> last strongholds of radicalism. 11 Th>* Associated Industries of Hi>ntt)e llll* jllMf lll'lll its SlltHld lllllltllll i* W« lion. In oijc year of work it ha* changed Hen file from a radlMhrhUlfii mm mTrlm mi m WmM l-i.!<■.. '• ! • 1 - mm apt! ISift .t \.. i| M & '■ 1 H « til 5W: PI 1 Iter wa* called to morning by « iue*- tho acrlous llluess of frH. Bailey Ma lone. Brown of McKlnney were visiting here fljr IJfed 1n ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 October 1920

y vAv-tei''!-,'.*i vfvf'fSraMSpawW ^ 'i|®f}ra >'•,' '>y%> I SHU :'&V.; « 4r ? 1 '■ *. ' yVJ^~\ -"'f^-..... Mi ,. : J>> DOUBLE HEADER AT AIRDOME Tonight at 8. o'clock That! Boofcout will go on tin* mat ttl tlii* Alrdowe with Bolton of Uunter, who lias agreed to throw the local liojr in thirty min- utes. .. . 'f .! ". .V. .'•* ■ ' A-r\ V, —At- fcW c«mu4u Ioi of tlie"inateii -with Holtoti. tlu- Sherman l*>y will meet J. T. Smith, I>onison middleweight. in a UuUh .ttiatclu .! Muck inltfiWt ' ' * lug shown in the match, not only local funs, Init yhso l>y 'the tollowi of Bel,™ rt, nr. OOU.11,1! iron. «,.n- ^ fa, wnttuw *«, lei's Hti>i iuotbi*r piloses tk. tflie reeeutN Katie's lack of breedingtell:* her nlie's a mlwfit'V that abt!. fnever really, couhl belong." The little uianicurlMtH dramatic iissautt upon the affections of her hu*- Iwud's family in then developed into a winning fight, with the Ea#t capitu luting liefore the Westeru girl's Ntraigt^t-forwurd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 October 1920

Wfi vfkfn\'*C *;v/y>"3 v*?/' - ^W&Spg&'! ninth birthday by her & Hammond. The of Hallowe** ln- The colors from autumn foliage, ted vary effectively i rooms, ant was iater- ick (yiainten.il, *rin- red apple* and aH the ■■■■■Hi ■ irith ffcoeta around un rent mined. It ear- a spooky party Jmit the it children like, to excite their ImaginatlouM and twHtf dhivett 1 ow i t. FhlBAt OCTOBER tt, I 2«. o >■ jig*) mm Haa. and then came the cut- M mammoth birthday cake. Iti I candles i were extinculahed, ■lie** given to: each the usual prophetic in the cake, and Erllue II heir to the thimble, Jack to t;he ring, Annie Miller to the dhne, and Frances Tsylor to the bilked animal cskes, repre- erery kind of quadruped uu- tbe sun, and ke cream conss sup- the rery refnuhments dear to Usaitkl' Then Hn, Myrtle ghost, piloted the to the fortune-teller, imperso* by lira. Kirby, who told (hem things that would fill their After tMa the -olltOfu io^ka ■ her .hospitality lu the er- bonrs, a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 October 1920

IPM■: m ii wJR y£-l 11 HHB mffim PHWfc. ;•>*-•" b '• tlfiite '■Wf'ijp# \ the erection of their own plant until prices decline. Mr. Eckel returned to Oklahoma City Thundiy^ijliqu^ but expects to be back in Sherman in a few (lays to remain here permanently. . .~j| ■ ml I 1 Bl MARCH HI brick buiumng on south walnut strkkt to be con- t ufbkted into factory. . | HARDING and cox who i live in same hoi se id—' I 'ivi f *" k A new business for Kherdaan In the form of a wholesale lep cream maii- ufai'turing plant with a daily capaci- ty of 2,600 irallons • will be in opera- tion by March 1st, according to plans announced Thursday afterpooti by J. H. Eckel, of Oklahoma City, following the securing of a fire-year lease on the Bfents-Houghton brlch building at 112 Hrfuth Walnut street, as a location for the business. This building Is at present occupied by the Flllingim Furniture Company on the lower floor and by the Maccabee Hall on the sec- oud floor. Both will secure quarters elsewhere af...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 October 1920

m \k.it .JiV] tmrm ■noon" mm "■"!■ ■* T TRY A WANT AD. FOR QUICK RESULTS. v &9[^'' $0' > Mutual Service the Very Cornerstone THE DAY'S BB0I«P1TOKI.\I.. - " """ of the Pan-American Movement;" . £ • \ ' '/ rawrois 'SW I : imfe ffl j,. W,. on Sunday. TKXAS. mmmkm IKnuuxfc lynching iudlrtraeot*. Han Antonio Kxpress: In a rliiffiiiK ilutw to the «rainl T (WOJil Published Tbnrtdaya. Ill 'I, By DR. L. S. ROWE, New Director Pan-American Union. !■*& O • 'I® ' no AND HI. Jury- *> e degenerative remdtx of nioh ®J,t' 11 , , , , , ._ -- - 1 violence wore pletured in a (leorgi* the portoffice * Sherman, T«a«, Aug. 14, 1879, ■■mall court presided over by Judge torett. the second dan* according to the act at Cougttm*, liar. 3, 1879. " tsi i.i „ ii IHHI 1 ' « "r"> RtmSBi ImniWN^ w In Texas end Oklahoma: •mm, SI* months, $4.00; One year 17.00. Beyond Texas and ~ l.WnfcWceinent •tawMM* MK «ae.:0 «« . ; Six n.o.tla.MJK); 0 ^ on<1 —rr.wr'ZtZ. «J, One >ontht id Oklahoma who demande...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 October 1920

r,M w ■■ V- ". . • ■ ■••. '■■ ■ IJIIIIll Hi FOR I Kli tffl T hill nice bed room, suit able for two gentlemen gr coupe walklnc diHtutf. 427 8. Euu .81 ffl| m0m?' wr^i:H O2 -**P FOR BENT—1 nice Urge unfhrnlahed light housekeeping or bed room# with wmveuleucN. #10 8. Montgomery St. oti stp . FOR RENT—Two llglit house!) rooms at 30ft W. Tonne*^. 1238. ■ "v o20-3tp TWO FURNISHED room* and un furnished room*. 30? H. Pee*n. oSl-dtp ONE XICJ&UT FTRNISfrBD bw room, modern convenience*, blocks from square. Phone 1 l"12 FOR RENT-HOUSES. pn WANT TO RENT—5 er 8 room house Phone 1249. Call after 8 p. m. o30*3tp FOB RENT—Store at 213 Ho. Maxey ChII IBS. OlMW WANT TO RENT WANTRliv T<J RENT—ITftfrtrnlahcd house by Nor. 8.* Homer K'SllejUS, Auto ft Tract** Sm 3$ olO-Otp ,8npt. Sherman >r School. -4* WJIKTED —Two or furnished rooms for light housekeeping by two ladles. Phone 1042. ol8-Ctp P REAL ESTATE—CfTY Ffl| SALE^—A real'bargain, 1 acrd Japri 7 room bonne; gas, water and light at 302 s L...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 October 1920

Wr ■ ; ** ■JmBamP* a$ ! - > «fe ' l '■* ■ a-' a •"* ■*---'* •... ',JfT.ttvr&T| Ml : iH f.-^kv J!I.CJh..i\.,i. ( W /W i. Taaac Thonini. pE®< ^pi § fcm m&tiSk, MuL - Aim ■■.«"••< ■ v4fe< .:> . /P *" «* Count and the water end liquid but It I* not to that cupa, |i*ueen the place of ordlwufr ------ In the Orient ■tie material ble origin, which la and dried. jhjt. r.i ; M 3 I vvv>.- . * f > S«V^^'A'1S!Vy'>V" •' "|-"V Pip "«.< ' "l MHppa HfflHHflHlllIi iMKfl llppi^fe' - ® * f. ®&e it ' Ski;/'i"" ■ '■'■ W • dhiuofitti* -v i even' lulutM- DARTMOITII S. ,. * IIRK1N I amaHl COLLEGE I STU- DENTS DEATH LAID AT J DOOR OK HIS CHUM. mm&rn* K«Sfei mm tA *4" isafei reat Specials n's Suits, only feSl H m^Bf ppj ■ h*; ^©Ws'-Sl. Pfi iwins; EPf* >|W^ Blue Serge . ■:. ■ EXSTEINS* Amoc fated Prats Dispatch 1 Philadelphia, Oct, 32^Li nation- ; wide search vriu ft^itoU froduy .for William'fr, Brines. The irnfrendtyof Pennsylvania. freshman for whom a j warratif^...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 23 October 1920

\ *WW ■*?. * V ?f£* :■>. Jlc ?^vISMnH^S 4" W W-v«?4Ji :.;■ ViT-V, sp • * * ' '•■ ■ ■ ilmpgp^liK, ' : . y m 11n # A# • |;|te f;!>i ! &.&£ ®? ■ VOLUME XXXX.—KO. 77. • V- *' t i£ TEXAS STATE FAIR , f • v Thinks People of America* Desire Fornial Recognition of Mexico U J,. I nil $** WANTS TO ORGANIZE CHAPTER OF AMKiqC AflsOCIKTV OF ME-' , .:«; (tlANk'AL>wBWWP^^ Austin. Tm*. Oct. urt —At it reoeut. meeting of the student* of tin* rie- jiwrm...i.l of M^chuiiteal Kiiftlneerlng net tlie CniverKlty of Texas it was de~ |oided f« petition theAmevlrtiii Society ;Srt Mechanical Kngi Beers for tin* right iu organise ii chapter of tlieS*w4ety initll. Tuesday midnight. Mexico City. Oct. 'SI—(Jo tie rail Ol.rogon, President rteet of Mexloo. returned from hallux. Texas, yesterday. Hp snys ho was very much Impressed with the cordiality of the reception given him i'liilr In I'alius. .< - '• ' \ When a*kei|whv President Wilson illil not rn'ogiilxe the Mexican govern- ment. General On...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 23 October 1920

Hi 'Mi V BBSS \j hfr'Sj • /iren ?• a®? KAnl m .,;■ > the i thfl ■ ^ lit ft power iwt «E, ' . I>r. Olax One.) •toiler tbefW i «*n jtmi nffor*l to KM i%w afford ip to tbe - point jjahl for <>ilucHliou t in wealth proditf- I ! S>'i.TA III* lt* lu 4 CHI «4ou!iI were the tHliHiifioiml fw-for 0,n« >n tfie picture w«* one of rtvawrf. Do country chpdren iMH'd'nn edmii •' rn«*H Dr. OiHjton. "tf«ii, rt.^ Ma K« verti flu- oM fr.t: flwv | c*kme rf«rt> «4K M /ed !: #•? WMPl* wlwtf d«. t phinihl mi<h m w- qufDtiofiM MR tho Ixujcm- of Xa frlotwTto Hiitmiitted to h fieople wlfli- ont education? Or ought they ♦ knftw Mnnethlnc of thr lilat^- of the Nl flung of the wo««1, and the eiemeiit entering Into rlil*. thing? "Do these i**oplr of t| e country tiavo h* much right to Individual develop- ment, aelf-eultnre, and the knowledge that thej are men among men, and not member# of a peasant ela**? **J* It neceMwary (hat ptjr tone the ledgp of fhemixtry and fftyxlci of sou; doe It t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 23 October 1920

. . . ■ . • n&-M . "v */"" i WMWs-^iAk™#. :&:*'*nt «v Kl: W; y i '. -.iii • - ; WSmSfi&m tm&mr*1 Wmi raMHHM) mSnfc,grew®? 'A '• , &yK ' ■ \ v! •;';. Wwm ,\ 'V Wk*/ m m, -til V ■ .-;: $<-imS-ilL LiTMiMvCr V-i; • • ®^S$yito«8®| fw,ajam ^ *?« |te« P P >.; :; • < ■,, ft mMLfc .m® w |j|w "4W5tef -— - SlS :jSl •l" <&&•■ HAT MMDS AT Alfj Morgan right half} Vowel}, full I buck. | Austin College—•Senaebadgh, rljfht | end; Robinson, fight tackle; Kej riRht ?*pB',S^rt' wnter; Tot ten] ."Md^pifcWfl* tlMp^'I'lipbv tackle f < ( lightly, left end; Woscley, quarter Au8t^i, Tt'XnH. Oct. Ok Clark "Held. Friday Texas Va ratty continued ***■ mm<i of mfta^wVunK n«" asm: .JLi man. Features constated of broken 1 «HU ruunhig by Texas Wftckftetdera, 'supplemented by chVse team work ou the part of'Lcnghorn plnyctw and the Occu*tonu|. Mii-cepsful use of the for- wnfd pass. tVfjMiii for the Sliermau- ijhfw outclassed in kicking. "Huts'' Watson, Iyonghoru half, hack...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 23 October 1920

• ",'VT •'• MS 3!hv kl' * ., iifcO; ' ?i®S i i®| i'.'i&s' airtjMB. t sSPl'i • Pfei&i ;$ !w p ' is !f;; «Mg m wm:i m •, msg SATURDAt• OCTOBER 2$. - il* *>•./. vK'.V $*\ ' '' flwkwawN«wj^i«wv .vN SOCIETY ; n SING who ha v publle. • muv.. Mum TMn never fails lull la ail .. fk ] f$ V ISiM ^VV^'iWiKiK ;'<? ■> mmlis r'Tr 'T ir-\r* of the Hrfmwlitau," who do- ted iiuiiAMi of Shermanand rayson Connty people at Bberman Hall with her concert * recently, baa come and gone, local muaic lovera are looking forward with mncb plea en re and eagernaw to the coming of Marie Tiffaay, dnother fa< ■out soprano ' of the Metropolitan Operm Company, who will appear concert at Sherman Hall on evening, Oct. 29. Like Anna Case, Marie Tifton; an American'artiat to her finger I and la without doubt one of the moat promising joang singers in the coun- try. Not only has she made an ex- cellent socceaa In grand opera, a one i leading aopranoa of the Metro- n Opera Company, hut on the coneeit an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 23 October 1920

* 1 \ : • "A 1 ' :<W: ' M $Eb$E9$ V v H'-V aasaEE :Y i > f \ € i I 5, 15, in 35 SERVICES; FOR COL MDOIIGAI HELD SATURDAY MEMORIAE FOR COLONEL I LITIIEFIELD I I l«T '\l if * Denlson, Oct. 23—Requiem mess watt | ' ^Vt) n'~1 Mid «t |h* «t. J*1- JStS!^ Church at 0 o'clock Saturday morn- «* reportM wi the plans for -)i< ing forOdl. John it. MclHiugall, .^Uo;*he war memorial. gift of Major died at ids home here Thursday morn- j <iw,r*T«* " lJttiefield, to Ik* ereeted ing at 10 o'clock. > Funeral services ° « enmpua of the Cnlveralty of then followed, after which interment T?** l bonor of the Teias men Ita was In the Calvary cempteiy. sacrificed their lives in the last war. President Hubert KS. Vinson of the \\ t H ;• "" "*'i |{ ' t) ';>(;lVnlvorHlfy, |l. A. Wroe of Austin and ? Sanitary Conditions Better. Hogg « f H^sto.* have been Denlson, W^SSTfe- State Frtod , trustee. of tin- fund fort* Inspector B. M. Matthews was in the ?™* °,f tbe, *«*ftl' *J city two days, this w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 23 October 1920

tic W MLV. £ SfiftQ 1M M a? J -r-vn \\X0iwwffl S5$5$ mm raHfW ,JL . •' ffi'lb':; Hoara ■ ,;f — - ~ ||-|Kyw «„ HHMHIW, V; M «•...«« |ifi^M|MW mmmm SHERMAN DAILY .'A'; A wtfKw w vmmt: $£f o MKSIH8 T, SHERMAN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1920. DAILY DEMOCRAT "^ wS«M - e 'flSlLd (ESTABLISHED 18T9.) —__. II# -f=- Pubtlsbed Daily Except on Sunday. 811 Kit MAN, TEXA8. £, i II . ■' III' ail, i I . ,. Ill ' > ot 1, 1.1. II....II. ill [ THE DAVS BEST EDITORIAL. I :$, |> # ... i .fc.Mi.i i— in ■ um ,II i . „ . m,(g «i>Hr.:; TOE SHERMAN DEMOCRAT (INC.). PUBLISHERS. Weekly Democrat Published Tburadaya. .^0^^.'. M|M|"9J*M M: w. TELEPHONE NUMBER^. .110 Altbiit the Money Shark, f : Part l« ml Orognniau: ); ;; J It would be uiarvelou*. were It true, if ufter h)I the cimturlc* in which money Iiiim been oil c*tubllwhed cow modlty. it should have fa Urn to flu* kit ■ : ■■■111 1' "' ' 1 1 "' IIM f^t-red at the poutofftce at Sherman, Texan, Aug. 14,1879, a« mail (lf „ dtttPU ot o,u.kiimuH fount...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 23 October 1920

"Mi " > ■ .' ' ■WllS / '■ flllMSW \* '., 1 ' , SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN, FOR RENT—ROW® FOR RENT—Ideal bed room on oar line: unlet; uo children to auuoy yon. Wi W. Uaiar. o22-Stp 'Hf FOR UK NT—One nice bed room, *ult- able for (wo gentlemen or couple: walking distance. 4l?7 H. Klin St FOR RENT— 1 nice large unfurnished light housekeeping or bed" ronus^ with conveniences. 510 8. Montgomery St. . ' , "oJtfJttp. ".jyjB.?..; TWO FURNISHED rooms -mid un- furnished rooms. 802 K. Pecan. o21-0tp ONE NICELY FURNISHED ben- rooin, modern conveniences, 2 1-2 blocks from square. Phone 1258. olB-lltp FOR RENT—HOUSES. FOR RKNT ('all 193. -Store at 215 8n. Maxey. ol8-6tc WANT TO RENT WANTED TO IlEN'T—IfaturnMlrt house by Nov. 8. Homer Kelleib*. Supt. Sherman Auto & Tractor School. , * olfl-tttp REAL ESTATE—CfTY FOR WALE—My heme . 1 Mj block-* from square. Practically new wfttt all conveniences, at a sacrifice If sold hi next ten dnys: will sell for le* > than cost to build house. Se...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 23 October 1920

ras&feflaH w$PH1'.' 222 ©9 i 'W> ■ i •' .*•' 4sf$' "''!v>*,;':" - f.0; ; «pl IfmEb mtf ImII Kara! BBlP^j OmME SMii SBSh - ivMl Eu fS automobile row was addea ttm pant week by the re- opening qt the Sherman office and Hales room of the I)«tIs Motor Car Company of Deoison, Grayaou County distributor! for Reo paasenger earn and speed wagon*. the Oakland Hetixl- le 81*, and the White ,sjg With several cars on the floor, tin n salesroom was reopened Hat«| nrday in the Binkiey ilot«| tHOMUn#.! In the ijlfliyilperly occupied t > the Forbea-McW&irt Motor Car Company. The loeal branch will be in charge of J#n Madden and Ffnnk Forbes. paraM m SvPKyn A i ',{(*$ i - ■ Oar. Cox In New York. : ■ New York, Oct For the .aeeond tfino gineo his nomination as head of the democratic national ticket. «ov. Cox of Ohio ia in New York today Oil- ing u ikjore Of campaign engagements, BtpnMleaw OmmMp** in City. >*'?< Wljy?^4M:V> Count Carl Pletro Alberlode Clmbri. Republican nominee...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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